New Orleans, LA – On the June 14 edition of The Reading Life: Some great readers from Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy -- Courtney Beamer, Enjoli Gilbert, and Haley Gomez -- and their fabulous librarian Elizabeth Kahn. Also, a talk with Jason Berry, author of "Render Unto Rome: The Secret Life of Money in the Catholic Church.
New Orleans, La. – As her mother Bessie grew older, Uptown resident Anita Williams resolved to take a more active role in caring for her, eventually leaving her job to become a fulltime caregiver at her side. It's a calling based on love and devotion, but Anita admits that she, like others in similar situations, can feel overwhelmed.
New Orleans, La. – The Gulf Restoration Network along with the Florida Wildlife Federation filed a federal lawsuit last year to force the EPA to release the ingredients of Corexit and other dispersants. More than 2 million gallons were applied to the surface as well as at the wellhead to break apart the crude oil.
New Orleans, La. – The Democratic lawmaker told a business audience at the World Trace Center overlooking the high river that Republican leadership is resisting any additional funds for dredging. Richmond says a bipartisan effort is under way to get $95 million-dollars to keep the river fully open. He's asking business leaders to help with long-term plans.
New Orleans, LA – On this week's show, the Preservation Hall turns fifty, the Preservation Resource Center presents its annual "Ladies in Red" gala, and Ronnie Virgets pontificates about your daily newspaper's "Nerd Page."
Farrar Hudkins is this week's guest host for WWNO's news magazine.
New Orleans, La. – The National WWII Museum's musical comedy, On The Air, takes audiences on a sentimental journey through it's original "live" radio broadcast production. Performances run weekends thru June 26th at the Stage Door Canteen.